Discusses his career in astronomy and astrophysics through his student days at the University of Chicago (PhD, 1950, astronomy and astrophysics); a
Training and influences on his career during graduate years at University of Chicago and Yerkes Observatory in the late 1920s.
A thorough, reflective survey of the life and work of this theoretical astrophysicist.
Reminiscences about Otto Struve while he was Director of Yerkes Observatory and chairman of the Astronomy Department at University of Chicago.
Early life and education; research on spectroscopy with Robert A.
Early education in physics, University of Chicago 1930’s; high-energy particle counter; discovery of positron; discovery of neutrons; neutron exper